Film and Events Schedule


  


Saturday, April 09, 2016
Film Screenings
Edgewater Casino
Stadium Club

7:30 AM
Give Me Back My Life (Feature Film, 94 minutes) 

Short Film Block 1

9:15 AM    

Moom (Short Film, 14 minutes)
CHVRCHES - Empty Threat (Music Video, 4 minutes)
Whitehorse (Short Film, 14 minutes)
The Vision Within (Short Film, 38 minutes)

10:25 AM
Two Blue Lines (Feature Film, 98 minutes)

Short Film Block 2

12:15 PM     

Into the Sand (Short Film, 18 minutes)
Grace (Short Film, 9 minutes)
Asteroid (Short Film, 11 minutes)
Lilac - Getting the Point Across (Short Film, 15 minutes)

1:15 PM
The Village Boy (Feature Film, 83 minutes)

Short Film Block 3
2:40 PM    

Don't You Forget About Me (Short Film, 19 minutes)
Hairs (Short Film, 25 minutes)
Chasing Sunshine (Short Film, 29 minutes, Canada)
UltraViolent (Short Film, 12 minutes)

4:15 PM 
The Little Piggy (Feature Film, 95 minutes) 


Closing Night Awards Ceremony
8:00 PM
Edgewater Casino
Stadium Club


Hosted by David C. Jones

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“One of the funniest minds in Vancouver” declares The Vancouver Sun. Comedic host and emcee David C. Jones adds fun & energy to any event. David C. Jones is an actor, keynote speaker, writer, filmmaker and teacher. He has made short films that have screened around the world in such locales as Torino, Bangalore and St. Petersburg and also produced a TV series for Out TV called Tops & Bottoms. He started out making funny corporate videos for companies like West Fraser Timber, Business Objects and Tourism Vancouver and that lead the graduate of Studio 58 to start making narrative based short films. He experimented in form and style in his early shorts such as shooting on Super 8. Several other short films were created as he studied all aspects of visual story telling. He alternated between impressionistic dramas to black comedy to documentary short. He was honored to be one of 5 filmmakers commissioned to create a short documentary as part of the Queer History Project in Vancouver. The Out On Screen Festival has screened Laughing Behind Enemy Lines was a look at the unintended activism of female impersonators in Vancouver in the 1950's to the 1980's. It screened at Out On Screen twice! He was one of 4 filmmakers chosen from across Canada to be part of a reality TV show called Hot Pink Shorts. Industry professionals mentored each person as they wrote and directed a film. His project was eventually entitled The Bonus a sex comedy. He has created PSA’s for The Queer Film Festival and Canadian Actor’s Equity and his last short film Same Boat one the OUTtv’s People Choice Award for Best Short Film.